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2001-02 Concordia Men's Outdoor Track Meet Results
 
Site  Date      Opponent                                        Time 
A     5/10-11  MIAC Championship @ Gustavus  TBA

 

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Cobbers Finish Sixth at MIAC Championships.
Kirk Nelson (Sr., Hettinger, N.Dak.) won the 3000 meter steeplechase at the MIAC Track and Field Championship meet.

Concordia fell off the pace in day two of the MIAC Track and Field Championships and tumbled to sixth place. The Cobbers finished with 71 points, which was 25 points ahead of seventh place Carleton and 22 points behind fifth place Hamline.

Kirk Nelson (Sr., Hettinger, N.Dak.) was the only event winner for Concordia, as he capped off his MIAC career by winning the 3000 meter steeplechase in the time of 9:44.9. It is the second straight year that a Concordia athlete has won the event. last year Steve Edlund ('01, Cyrus, Minn.) won the race in a time of 9:29.50.

After winning the decathlon last weekend, Joe Schmidgall (Sr., Morris, Minn.) finished his career by earning a third place finish in the long jump and a fifth place result in the high jump. Schmidgall also ran the anchor leg on the 4x100 meter relay team that finished third. Fellow senior Brad Ragan (Sr., Bismarck, N.Dak.) continued his streak of "top five" performances in the throwing events. Ragan finished third in the hammer throw and fifth in the shot put. The first year performance of the meet for Concordia was turned in by Chad Moldenhauer (Fr., Bismarck, N.D.) who finished fourth in the javelin. Moldenhauer's toss of 166-4 is his personal best in college and also the top toss by a Concordia athlete this season.
 

Final Team Scores:
1. St. Thomas    197.0
2. Gustavus      133.0
3. St. John's    111.0
4. St. Olaf      103.5
5. Hamline        93.0
6. Concordia      71.0
7. Carleton       46.0
8. Augsburg       30.0
9. Bethel         27.0
10.St. Mary's     23.0
11.Macalester     22.5
 



 

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